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VISITORdWBLOOMU-BTONB i THOMAS. STONE & THOMAS. Visitors Welcome. Make this store your headquarters while in th city. Easy Chairs?Reception Room?Readinj Room?Everything for your convenience. In ani way we can be of service to you, command us NO WHERE Will you And a greater or bettor selected stock of Dress Goods and Silks, bought as low as money can buy them. We want your critical Inspection. 150 STYLES AT AQn ONE PRICE . . Such stylish suitings, such a collection of nobby stylos, wo liavo never attempted to show before. Plain weaves and mixtures, checks and plaids. A wonderful collection at the price. 100 STYLES IM- Q?r> nnnTcn oitiTiMro oOL? run i cu oui i Embracing nil the latest novelties, all wool, Bilk and wool, neat and bold designs. Wo especially cull your attention to the showing of GO und M-lnch,Mellon Coverts, etc., for. fine tailor made gowns SILKS I BO pieces elegant Black Brocade Bilks and Pa tin, value 75o, at 69c. la ono of tho great Fair week attractions In tho Silk Department. PLEASE Bear In mind goods are shown with pleasure. Nevfr, under any circumstance?, are you urged to buy. CARPETS Will bo from lOo to 25c per yard higher. We've got ovor 150,000 worth of Carpets for your selection, bought before the advance. We continue to sell them at tho old price. \ * THE CHINA DEPARTMENT, THE ART DEPARTMENT, TH1 DRAPERY DEPARTMENT, THE CLOAK AND SLIT DEPARTMENT, THE LINEN DEPARTMENT are interesting places to risit, und wo think jour tirao wil be profitably 9pent. Stone & Thomas. A HEARTY WELCOME-GEO. M. 8NOOK ?Xs CO. Snook & Co. [A M?D?DnD@pn a ft? oooooa M? \FA Wago"S?o?gDDDc W7 /7T\ n 11 cannot afford to miss seeing our unrivale< 11 yUy l^J collection of Silks, Dress Goods and thi thousand and one other articles which go to make up a moderi Dry Goods Store. See some of the new things in our fivi large show windows. / 1110, 1112 and 1114 Main through to 1115 Market Street, j* j* Geo. M. Snook & Co.. 4 THE LARGEST DEALERS. uu 1 . . .. 1 ' FALL UNDKRWKAR?MTADDPSN'fl. fPall Underwear. j Mi n'a Wo CnmH'n llnlr Underwent for iVi IIojth* 8v i >i r t?y tubbed Underw u f'>r :' <>. Men'a 7f?o Faney HI ripe Underwear for 4Xc. 4 | McFADDEN'S SHIRT STOKE, M.irk It.i WfcHflng. J1 wi; ,n,Mil; miiim? Til mittmittztzixtmtitiiitxttitUK SHOES-ALEX ANDBR. I LOTS OF Z Surprises In the shoe shop whitlows this sea 4 son, hut we doubt if any radica I change In style or weight will s ir Y prlsM you half so much as the won d< rful values wo show lu &! n'l A Titian Calf, Willow Calf or Vic T Kid, . | $3.50. Z x Never was better shoe shown foi Hoo. | MUNtY BACK If VOU WANT IT. I VOOO ALEXANDER. Shoe Seller. 1049 Main St. Do You Know.. A great many cases of h< ache are caused by somu defect in tho fruction of the eyes? It la a fact; most of theso rases run bo relieved aln instantly by the uho of proper glas Wo mako a thorough examination of eyes free of churgo. H. W. EWALT, Optician for Dillon, Wheat & llancher PIANOS?F. W. BAUMBlt CO. P Don't Be 1 Stingy.... 3Sr With your family. They rap want a piano, and you will ?& never have a better oppor- i ? tunlty to buy one cheap J X*' . ... . .. J I man now. wo navu ? goua aquaro piano ? standard ( make. Wo want to Bell it. 1 Come in, we'll not squab- J ble over prlco or terms. ' Special for one month? I Wood Violin Cases $1.13. ? F. W. Baamer Co. j fa 1310 MARKET STREET. | gsawHwass'swi 2hr3ntfUijfnrf | Office t No*. 38 and ?7 Fourteenth fitr Xmv ActrertlHenieiitii. Wanted?Druggist to Take the D Store at the Emergency Hospital. Wanted?An Experienced Notion Ba man. For Sale or Rent? Eight-Roomed Ho1 Baao Ball Park?Six Day Lady Bic; Race. Grand Opera House?The Vaudei , Club?Fifth Page. 1 Cheap Ocean Fares?H. F. Bohrens C E. E. Worthen?Dentist. Fair Notice?R. H. List. Cnrlo Bros.?Headquarters for Scl Books. You and Your Friends?Ncsbltt & Br Metropolitan Hotel. Ht. Charles Hotel. Pittsburgh, Pa. I Jtuina Viitilflna and Towoll 8. Rhodes & Co. FALL STOCK OPENING OF C. HESS & SO We have Jnat npriifil onr fnll iff; routprlalittf nil llie iitw tioveltlea In Si Inn, Trouaeriima, l-'nncy Veatinua i Orercontluita, wlileli w? arr pretiareil mnkr up on abort notice. The atyllali p?arniirr, i>ood 111, durability nml rn mtltfnctlori of our garmritlB in nnrrr tnllon. I'rlCfll of nm- Suiting tlilx will be $40.00 mill up. Trmmrrliitf* 99 mid Up. <lnr(>MiU' FumMiliitf ? ' |?' mriit lii complete. 'Hit* ImM kooiIn IiimtiI prlcea. A cent* for (he h'nni Jaroa Hygienic Underwear. C. II KM A. HO!f?, Faatlloimbl* Tailor* nml OaiiIi1 Ftirnl ^ tn, 1341 and I.TJ3 JUrkil sunt. "THAT HEAVY, TIRED FEELINO," Catiaed by reading the aclf-pralalng i of aclf-nameil nptlral ex perta (I), il tort ()if profeaaora (li ami clairvoyant can hn cured without publicity by J* Grubb, Optician. ) WHISKEY nOTTI.ED I!* ROXD. OVKIUIOLT IIVIC, Ilattled In boml miller I'. S. (iorernm auperrlalon nt llie Kninimi A..t>verhol Co, Dlatlllrry Itonded 1\ mrhonae, .f 1 received i* ahlpnirnt. The Aral Hottlei Rond gooda In the market. IN WKLTY & C< I ^ PRINCIPAL JOHN M. BIRCH, i tho Llmdy Institute, Is nt tin- *cl 1 building tinIIv, from 10:30 until 12 n. to moot those who dealre to enter r C iiontH for tho next ?chool year, t?cf nlng Monday, September 13, 1897. Mri, Ocwey'n Funeral. Tho funeral of tho Into Mr*. Nn Detvoy, took plaeo yoatcrday afternt at Cadis, and wan largely attended, deceased belnn hold In high optimal In tho community In which alto ripent nn extended lifetime of u?o new. A large number of Wheeling; r pie attended the funeral, having R out yesterday on I he Wheeling & L Erie road to TTnlonvalo and driving o j| to Cadiz. Two Ulllla iio tin. Two more aheot mill* wont on nt wfiltaker Iron world yonterday m<" Ing, giving employment to nb?uit f additional workmen. About one h - (in d nnd flfly are now working nt Whl to Km, nnd thla number will I" j v)' ? - d next w/" ) when tho pUdd! furnace* will probably renum". All ihNt mills with thi exception of two new oiiri now being conxtriu III** oil. WlllvKt'.v iiotti.kii i\ nn*n. ov/ iiiimi.t iivi , lloltleil III bond under I'. **. tJnvernm i?i|Mrtlil?H ?t?be iRamaii a. Ocirtit) t ii. Illatlllei |- lliimled \\ mm linuae, .1 retired n ablpiiuul. 'Ibe III at Hull l*i 1 llunil Kooila In I lie* unit lief. i i*. WKI/I V * o ( lliii lilin'i a rn nm Null i*. The but silvs in tii" world for o brill n"m, in ire', u i". ill rheum, f? floret, tetter, ohsnpod hamN, eiillbln ' >rnn nml nil uIn eruption*, nml p lively eufew piled, or ic pay i '|iilr< la uuniailt* d l<> vivo Iiei fiM.'t mil la I tlon i r money i funded Pi ii ? : . r< l?er box. lr.ir salo by Logan Drug l! s STILL AT WORK. ) Criminal Court Grand Jury Con. tiliues It? Investigation . t INTO VIOLATIONS OF THE LAW. ' Y KipccUllf lulo Llqnor L?\r Iiifractiom, I a ll Is H?ld tirautl Jury U Iuvcttlgntlttg ' A Miudey feclilug as Well ? the Fuinuu* i ? "Short" Llceu?e?lIuii(trc?Uof Wltucsaes * I Have llceu llcfore (lie Tribuual to Te<< ' IIty lu Vat-ion* Matters. , > The criminal court grand Jury Is still | it In session, It was exited that its I <} labors would have been completed yeai > terday afternoon, Intimations of which < , had been made, aiul the result was the < > calling1 of many additional witnesses i ? who testified to various matters. Sev( ? eral hundred persons have bet-n before i > the jury and the end is not yet. though 0 it Is believed the session will come to a = in-^ftv. nossibly in the morning. \ It is learned that tho Brand Jury has, in addition to .naklng a close and searching investigation of the now famous "short" liquor license violations, taken up tho matter of Sunday selling. Many of tho witnesses before the grand Jury yesterday, it is said, testified ua to Sunduy liquor selling. It Is learned that the reduction In the revenue to the state, caused by the almoct general action of Wheeling saloon keepers in taking out tho "short" license, was so great thut Auditor Lafoi>ad lette called the attention of the authorlru: ties In Ohio county to tho matlar and ?o?t threatened to sent! Attorney General aeH. Iiucker here to look Into the matter If tiia stepH were not taken at once by tho locul Official* toward punishing liquor men who were evidently purposely defrauding the state of lis due. ? It is being predicted that the number _ of Indictments returned by the grand ? Jury will be over 1,000, unprecedented In tho annals of criminal tribunals In this ? eounty. Nearly all of them will be for violations of the liquor law. jg The grand Jury had a night session ?c > and did not adjourn for the day until & 10:30 o'clock last night. It will convene & again this morning at 0:30 o'clock and It is now considered doubtful that its labors will bo completed Thursday. j| f IN THE C0DRTS. iTwo.TnilgmrnU Ilenilrretl In the Circuit Court* Yratrrriny. Both parts of tho circuit court of Ohio county were In session yesterday, j In Part 1, Judge Paull, In tho case of I tho Belmont Brick & Tile Compnny vs. H. D. Bumble, tho plaintiff appeared byIts attorneys. The defendant came not nnd the court found for the plaintiff In tho sum of 5476 24. In Part II. In the ease of Anton Beymann vs. Cephla Davis, of the late firm j of Klmberly & Davis, the defendant failed to appear and judgment was rendered In favor of the plaintiff for 51,230 41. Judge Hervey was on the bench in Part II. The Wmlry Kutrrtnlnmrnf. 'Tho Tea Party," or the Ladles' First gg Missionary meeting, at tho Wesley en- I tertalnment, September ]G and 17, at the Opera House, will be of rare historical ^ Interest. Tho meeting is called by in| vltatlon at Lady Huntingdon's parlor. I Mrs. M. J. Hart takes the rolo of Lady Huntingdon. Sho will be assisted In re celvlng. John Wesley and his mission* I nrles, by Lady Gertrude Horhaln, (Mrs. F. .Stanton.) Lady Gardiner (Mrs. C. rug Howard Brenneman); Lady Hamilton, I , (Miss Jessie Wheat): Lady Chesterfield, (Miss Lee Caldwell, and Lady Hasting-: US0- (Miss Alice Walters). Lord Chesterfield yclo Mr. C. Howard Urenneman) opposes Lady Huntingdon's kind treatment of "uo the Wesley a. Lord J5oiingnroKc( Mr. 0 Morris), Is present. The primitive Methodist party also appear In this eceno. The ladles are costumed in pray silk, j 100I with the poke bonnets peculiar to that 1 time. The ladles in gray are Mrs. John ?* List. Misses Elizabeth Sooy, Anna R. j Irwin, Mae Belle Hart, Dorrie K. Hubr-J. bard and Mattlc Clark. Mrs. Stanton sings a solo. The scene will bo very beautiful and attractive. NS. WHEN the scalp Is atrophied, or IC^ shiny-bald, no preparation will restore maU t3,? ha,r; ,n othcr cases. Hall's Hajr 1 to Rencwer will start a growth. P- ^ I*'? King*'T>mi;;hlriV Luncheon. f"n The King's Daughters of the Fourth i.oo street M. E. church will serve luncheon i?"i* on Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday and nl Friday at 1301 Main street, the room wn" formerly occupied by Harper & Bro? for the small sum of 1." cents. The ih- menu for to-morrow will consist of baked brans, tomatoes, cucumbers, bam, tongue, veal loaf, potato salad, pickles, Blaw, Jelly, tea or coffee, and Hi*. Pie- ^ wiiiskry noTTiiEn iff iiond. w. OVEH1IOLT ItYK, flofllrd In bond nuilrr C. S. (lavernmrnt anpervlalou nt tho Katnuni A. Ovrholt dt Co. IHatlllrry llomlrd XVnrrhniitr. .Inat rre?.tvrd m alilpniriil. Tlir flrnt Untiled In rr,( llond good* In th? ninrkrf. I'. IV F.t.TY ti CO. ml ^ ' I in Elciinloni to IMttalnircli ICxpoillIon via I'enuay I vniiln l.lnm. Thursdays, .September 0. 10. 2.1. Ii0 nnd October 7, II, Jow rate excursion tick- ' of cts will be fold from Wheeling t? Pittslool burgh for the Exposition: return con- I m? pon valid three days, Including date of i itu- sale, fin THE ladlen of Ht. Matthew's I*. E. church nre requited to meet on Saturday, September 11, nt 10 o'clock n. m., ncy In the Sunday Hchool room. We deslro .... tho presence of every lady connected ' with the church. fly Request of tho Vestry. Ion ? hnd WIIIIKKY HOTThKI) l\ IIOND. fill- OVKItllOLT IIVIC, H?0- Holllrd In lioml under IT. *. i.'orrrnm?nf nn(l ati|iM vlalnn Ht tlir l-'mnona A. Ovrlinlt dt, 11.? IMallllrrv Itnmled V\ ao hontr. Jn<( lVl'.. n?c?l??d n nlil|iinrnlt 'I'lir Aral llolilvd In ' llond good* In tilt mnrki'f. I*. WKIiTV A- CO. tli.- BPKCIAL KXCUBS10N >n? Urrrllir If. AOilnllm l*llfaluiruli IJtpo I fly Billon. iiu- Thtiridnys, September 0, 10. T-i and .10, Iho nnd Hrihirday, Heptemiur IH, Mound in trip $3 i!r.# inoludliiff iidmlsdon to the ling exposition. TlolciH kiukI tdays. S NOTICE TO IUKLNTS. School Children oflon Injure their *>y?q for life by parents neglecting to attend f11t lo tlinm. Crossed ey< , hendnohes nnd t <% many Other IfQUhli ? coino from W' Ilk eynfi n?i strained while nt dotiool. If your child ban l (*> weak eyes attend lo tie m nt ones while I he child Is ymitor nnd the eyi <i enn be jorriurihciied. P< rlinps it tnay only rrcjulre Khisses for a short lime. Wn afO specialist 111 children's eye Hi", (roubles. Hrlng your child in us, No 'v"r i hnrije for consultation or cuiutlnntloii. Ins, i"ii r*noif. it mmjdww*. r?"; THE EYE SPECIALIST, Hltt o, Corner Mnin and Eleventh Btroeti, THB HUB ?CLOTHIEJRS AND FURNISKB&3, | THE BIG STORE ;; WTXTIX THIS 1 ' ! LITTLE PRICES.:! Where's That Boy Of yours going to get his new outfit? We haven't forgotten about him and his winter needs. He will want a new suit to wear to school. He must have good warm clothes for the cold weather and a neat Sunday suit, perhaps. Our Boys' Department is full of interest to parents. The clothes are stylish and good, made of dependable cloth, and so strongly made that they will keep the small fellows busy to wear them out. We believe you will acknowledge that the prices are lower here than you have ever seen them before. There cenaiply never was a time when we could dress a boy so well for so little money. As for the bigger lads or the young men who want Long Pants Suits, there's a big showing of the latest style* for them here. Nobbier Suits than they will find elsewhere, and better Overcoats. Our special Suit this season is our Combination Suit, strictly all wool, well made, stylish coloring, with extra trousers, cap and buttons to match, at $4.98, 4 to 16 years. Out-of-town purchasers will receive by ' return mail sample cloths for the asking. Other All Wool Suits 5-oo to $8.00. Visitor to the Great state tair Will receive a cordial welcome whether a looker or buyer. Don't go home until you have seen Wheeling's largest and only strictly one price Clothiers, Ilatters and Furnishers. THE - HUB, Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers, HUB CORNER, FOURTEENTH AND MARKET STREETS. THE DEALERS IN MBN'S AND BOYS' WEARABLES. SCHOOL CLOTHRS FOB BOYS?LEE B AEft. ,<IT PAYS TO DEAL AT BAER'S..* f ^TT^ 9 0 A 1% /V /V 1 1 J* i It A M n, | dcuuui tiuiues f%fJ <g$iL}= | FOR BOYS. I Rea(ly ^or ?e ? School days are so near at hand ii PtowW///ir ? '^at t'lc r?tlcss youngster may be ? 'orP'vcn f?r dreaming that the bell BxMwf/liffi' 0 's Hnging now. Your boy will need UlLlMv/J.: J. ! 1^* o a New Suit to wear to school. Where will you buy his new outfit? Our Boys' Department is full of interest to parents. The Clothes arc stylish and good, made of dependable cloth and so strongly sewed that they will keep the small fellows busy to wear them out. One of the country's best makers of1 Boys' Clothing sells us $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00 ALL WOOL SUITS to sell at $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00. Sizes 6 to 15. We are ready to show them to you. LEE BAERS 'f CLOTHING HOUSB. SHOES-J. n. LOCKE SHOE COMPANY. I VIE HAVE MADE OUR REPUTATION FOR GOOD VALUES j WITH THESE SHOES AT THESE PRICES: T T.Rfllrt' Fine Fltxllil* nongoln flliora, Motion nml Uot, til Mylra ?4.00 I Mi i?'? < nlf Hhnrit C'ongrrM ami , our own itmkc ? fU.00 A UFP U/II 1 GUIT VAIT n|*Nolr, Rtirmlttn IMriiRhMM, Hlatk I T llLl nlLll UuLli IUU ?nH olnr?, for $*.00, ?3.00, %t.00rtal>< Y I II LI '"UU MP .0 M..T Villi Ml. it ( U/. ,U?k., Ill* bill .110. 4 f In llir world for 81.00. ^ | J. H. LOCKE SHOE CO.J bkbtaohant and caffi. BTATioNEiiy, nooKS, nrro. Schoel Opensi* Hot MAIIKIT! Till'l?r. * Wnrm imiiln > rvod In tholr b?*t *tyle, Mn nihil/ Snnfpinllpr () ninliiff roonit ? ..? > nml i-nm: All tlmrt. imJIIUUy, oCpiCMillH V. order cooking, anil |?rioin rtanonnble. only .... , n- luiimnt ttint provbloH ? iiml-claM a\o will bo prftparod for thn annual I .mil' anil <1. mb-mrrrn Mining l'nilur. mull fur JCniranoo on rourit'rnih ?lrtot. _ __ _ _ _ _ Z' rK'.''V',k": MK* nn"*l" uUor! SCHOOL BOOKS v.;',";:. -,.r and supplies. >MHmnMaii?nnfl mm A |nvM>nt to rnrh ln?y ami flfl fttJItOM*^ '1'' ' HA rollS, KTO. 1 IIrh Hchonl Will 00811 about uOtobif I R ' STANTON'S \Vo hart ft f?w pHdlnjf nofrljroratorii toft ? ? it in I If irlc? w.lll movo lliom lliln with . , .. 0|.,MIIV n.oy will irn ( 1# ? p(rr,ti J!5SIS' IISmI AMOM for iMtt*bui-Rb i,|?,n,ch,f,j?(!,,j Si oniM I r.burgh <\imtiuJfClal<bi?otlo. flin-n, <Inr nt , hu oni<K il7 "0 """ I niinlrcr, iNimmi-rHiil irlbun*. * Nrw Viuk nml ollior Ko#l?rn ttnjl W GEO. W. JOHNSON'S SONS. I'nflll", Cltitnry nml liwtlloii Minim""" ii ml WMNUM Will Molil Htroet. ila.K llall ilowln mill Hlnllolicry.